Marika Yang Sports Editor

Class of 2020

Articles

  • Fantasy football: blowout amid two close matchups

    The Tartan is back for the all-encompassing, ever-important recap of Weeks Six and Seven of fantasy football. In Week Six, contributing editor Lula Beresford had a decisive win over my floundering team to move above .500, publisher Jade Crockem beat staffwriter Josh Andah to notch her first win since Week One, and editor-in-chief India Price fell to sports editor Ian Tanaya.

    Sports | October 30, 2017
  • “Creation and Consequence”: CMU Libraries Frankenstein panel

    To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel Frankenstein, the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries has organized a series of events titled “Frankenstein 200: Perils and Potential,” revolving around the many themes of the novel. To kick off the series, the University Libraries hosted the panel “Creation and Consequence” on Tuesday, Oct. 17, in collaboration with the ...

    News | October 30, 2017
  • Football rebounds against PAC rival Geneva College

    The football team faced off against the Geneva College Golden Tornadoes at home on Saturday. The Tartans won the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) game 42–27 with career-high passing yards from junior quarterback Alex Cline, and great performances from the offense, defense, and special teams. With the victory, the Tartans move to a season record of 6–1 overall and 4–1 in the PAC.

    Sports | October 16, 2017
  • Espresso a Mano

    Coming into this school year, I decided that it was time for me to find a coffee shop — a place where I can sit at my laptop and work, drinking several cups of coffee. There are a couple things that a good coffee shop must have. First, of course, it must have great coffee. This is above everything else. No matter how cute or well-decorated a place is, if the coffee is mediocre, it’s a flat no. Sec...

    Pillbox | October 16, 2017
  • Men's soccer splits games vs. Penn State, Brandeis

    The 11th-ranked Carnegie Mellon men’s soccer team defeated the Penn State Behrend Lions at home on Tuesday, Oct. 3, improving its record to 8–1–1. The Tartans got on the board in the fourth minute of the match and did not relinquish their lead, winning the game 2–1.

    Sports | October 9, 2017

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